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Mangaluru: Programme on Human Capital Analytics held at AIMIT


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Mangaluru, Nov 20: St Aloysius Institute of Management and Information Technology inaugurated their Management Development Center on November 17 with a 2-day programme on Human Capital Analytics.

The programme provided an overview on how organisations could leverage Human Capital Analytics to build a competitive edge for their talent teams. Resource persons were from the Cognitive and Analytics Group of IBM Global, and Lead Strategic Group and faculty of AIMIT.

The programme received a very enthusiastic participation of mid-level and senior Level HR Managers from Infosys, ICICI Bank, Union Bank, Canara Bank, Syndicate Bank and Corporation Bank besides representation from the Academic Community from XIME and St Joseph’s Engineering College Mangaluru.

The programme was inaugurated by Allen Pereira has been associated with the banking and training in the banking sector for over 40 years, with his last few assignments as chairman and managing director of Bank of Maharashtra and director of National Institute of Bank Management, Pune.

Pereira spoke that it is interesting to note the change over the years in how organisations view human resources – from being seen as a cost input, to expendable resource and now an acknowledgement that it is capital and a long term investment. Organisations across the globe submit that human resources are their biggest source of competitive advantage. Human Capital Analytics he observed provides HR professionals a unique opportunity to position themselves as fact based strategic partners of the executive board.

Fr Dionysius Vas, rector of Aloysian Institutions graced the occasion with his presence.

The Management Development Center at AIMIT has planned many niche programmes to deliver learning and value to corporates. Their next programme is scheduled for January 5 and 6, 2018 on ‘Building Ethical and Moral Leadership’.

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